US pop singer Katy Perry visited the headquarters of the Cuban children’s theater company La Colmenita, where she met the children and their director Carlos Alberto “Tin” Cremata.
In photos published by Granma newspaper, Perry can be seen surrounded by young members of La Colmenita, their director and other professors.
Besides seeing a brief performance by the group, Perry sang some fragments of songs with the little artists.
In remarks to Prensa Latina, Cremata said the US singer’s initial link with La Colmenita is due to their position as UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassadors.
Cremata said the US singer sang traditional songs with them like “Toca Toca” and it was her great surprise how such little children already have broad-ranging artistic abilities.
It was reported that Perry will go this afternoon to the National Art School (ENA).
She arrived last Saturday in Cuba, and then travelled to Puerto Rico to offer a concert Monday, after which she returned to Havana.
During her stay, the five time Billboard laureate has also visited Fabrica de Arte Cubano cultural center, El Cocinero and was photographed during a walk in Old Havana.